Our display and drawing last August celebrating the 100th anniversary of our National Parks was a hit! The materials were constantly checked out and many people participated in the contest, sharing what national park(s) they have visited. In fact over 100 entry forms were collected at the end of the month!
Celebrate by listening to one of these 2013 Audie nominated titles! Enjoying audiobooks from your library has never been easier with CD, Playaway, and downloadable formats. Check one out today!
Try these fiction titles for more upstairs/downstairs tales!
American Heiress by Daisy Goodwin
A Countess Below Stairs by Eva Ibbotson
House at Riverton by Kate Morton
House at Tyneford by Natasha Solomons
Park Lane by Frances Osborne
Snobs by Julian Fellowes
by Alan Furst, 2006
Carlo Weisz is an Italian journalist seeking refuge in Paris with other intellectuals fleeing Mussolini's fascist government. While working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters, he becomes the editor of an underground newspaper that hopes to keep the flames of resistance alive in both countries. His efforts not only place his own life in danger, but that of the German socialite and lover he is trying to save from the Nazis. This latest espionage novel by the author of Dark Voyage and Red Gold is once again filled with atmosphere, intrigue, and romance.
The 4th Wednesday afternoon book discussion group is changing its December meeting date. We will be meeting on Wednesday December 20th at 2:00pm, instead of December 27th due to the holidays. Our book for discussion will be Redbird Christmas by Fannie Flagg.